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Class Sports Training Theory and Methodology Applied to Football

  • Presentation

    Presentation

    With this CU it is intended that students know the theory and the training methodology applied to contemporaneous Football.

  • Code

    Code

    ULP6223-22698
  • Syllabus

    Syllabus

    1. Fundamentals of Soccer Training Exercise.

    2. Principles for applying the training exercise.

    3. Structural organization of the Soccer training exercise.

    4. Teaching methods / Soccer game training.

    5. Soccer training session.

    6. Soccer training microcycle.

    7. Training methods in Soccer.

    8. System (structure) of the Soccer game.

    9. Methods of Soccer Game.

    10. Principles of Soccer Game.

    11. Soccer Game Factors.

    12. Bases for the construction of a Soccer team.

    13. Dynamic Organization of the Soccer Team and its operationalization.

    14. Goalkeeper specific training.

    15. Motor skills training in Soccer.

    16. Soccer training planning.

    17. Preparation and recovery exercises after the Soccer game.

    18. Identification, Selection and Promotion of Soccer talents.

    19. What Future?

  • Objectives

    Objectives

    This curricular unit aims to:

    1- Differentiate the training exercise in Soccer, developing the player and the team.

    2- Identify the different principles that guide the application of training exercises.

    3- Characterize the different methods of teaching / training of the game structurally, functionally and relationally.

    4- Build a Soccer training microcycle.

    5- Differentiate training methods against training contents.

    6- Identify the evolution of the rationalization of the spaces of the game and the tactical missions of the players, according to the game principles.

    7- Program the training of the situations of set plays.

    8- Outline the specific GR training.

    9- To highlight the importance of small-sided games for the training of motor, tactical-technical and psychological capacities in Soccer.

    10- Understand the characteristics of the variation of physical performance throughout the game.

    11- Detect and select talents in Soccer.

    12- Identify the evolution of Soccer.

  • Teaching methodologies and assessment

    Teaching methodologies and assessment

    In this Curricular Unit the transmission of content will be accomplished through power point exposure, visualization of practical examples, reading of articles, group dynamics, debates and practical sessions.

  • References

    References

    Garganta, J. (2009) Identificação, seleção e promoção e promoção de talentos nos jogos

    desportivos: Fatos, mitos e equivocos: In J. Fernandez, G. Torres & A. Montero (Eds.), Actas do II Congreso Internacional de Deportes de Equipo. Editorial y Centro de Formación de Alto Rendimiento. Universidade de A Coruña.

    Garganta, J.; Oliveira, J.; Barreira, D.; Brito, J.; Rebelo, A. (2013). Fundamentos e práticas para o ensino e treino do Futebol. In F. Tavares (Ed.), Jogos Desportivos Coletivos: Ensinar a Jogar (pp. 199-263). FADEUP, Porto.

    Tamarit, X. (2013). Periodização Táctica vs Periodização Táctica - entrevista a Vitor Frade. In MBF (Ed.). Espanha.

    Teoldo, I.; Oliveira, J.; Garganta, J. (2015). Para um Futebol jogado com ideias. In Appris (Ed.). Curitiba, Brasil.

    Winckel, J. V.; Helsen, W.; McMillan, K.; Tenney, D.; Meert J.P.; Bradley, P. (2014). Fitness in soccer: The science and pratical application. In Moveo Ergo Sum, Klein-Gelmen (Ed.). UK.

     

     

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